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There are Seven Main Chakras used in Reiki. These Chakras reside in our subtle or spiritual bodies, which are mirrored by our physical body. The Chakras are capable of giving and receiving energy. It is believed to be in optimum health physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually and the Chakras have to be purified and balanced for the purpose of energy transfer. Deep Look at Seven Main Chakras 1. Crown Chakra Associated Color: Violet, White Associated Body Parts: pineal gland, upper brain, right eye The Crown Chakra has direct spiritual meaning. When it is fully developed, one gets an understanding of ‘Oneness’ of universal existence, as well as true inner peace. It enables us to tap into higher levels of spirituality and develop our claircognizance.  Besides physical symptoms in the body parts it correlates to; Blockages in the Crown Chakra creates things like feeling lonely, fearing death and comparing ourselves unfavorably to others. 2. The Third Eye Chakra Associated Color: indigo Associated Body Parts:  pituitary gland, lower brain, left eye, ears, nose, central nervous system This Chakra is an associated with our intuition and psychic abilities, such as clairvoyance. It also can enable better visualization and manifestation. When there are blockages in this Chakra, things like fear through imagination and dreams manifest or irrational intuitive insights occur. Physical symptoms of blockage in this Chakra show up as persistent headaches (especially in the center of the forehead), insomnia, anxiety and depression 3. Throat Chakra Associated Colors: Sky Blue Associated Body parts: Thyroid gland, throat and jaw areas, lungs, vocal cords, digestive tract This Chakra controls mental creativity and communication activities. When this Chakra is balanced, we speak and listen in the spirit of truth, and also express anger and other emotions in a constructive manner. Energizing this Chakra also improves one’s clairaudience. When this Chakra is blocked, communication suffers. In addition, things like over indulgence in eating and drinking may occur. Respiratory disorders, dental disorders and low esteem are also consequences of imbalance of this Chakra. Some people also get feelings of anger; hostility and resentment are also associated with misbalancing of this Chakra. 4. Heart Chakra Associated Colors: Green primary/pink secondary Associated Body parts: Thymus gland, heart, lower side of lungs, circulatory system, skin, hands Heart Chakra is a bridge between the physical and spiritual realms and the center of emotional well-being. When this Chakra is fully developed one is able to give and receive unconditional love, which manifests as compassion. Dysfunction of the Chakra can result in the inability to love, fear, anger, sadness and feel disconnected which can lead to heart disease. 5. Solar plexus Chakra  Associated Color: Yellow Associated Body Parts:  Pancreas, liver, digestive tract, stomach, spleen, gall bladder, autonomic nervous system. This Chakra is associated with intellect and is a place of our personal power. When this Chakra is balanced, it helps in transformation of our hopes and aspirations (particularly materialistic) into reality. There is a sense of purpose with balancing of this Chakra. When there is an imbalance in this Chakra, it can result in insecurity about physical and financial matters, and the need to dominate others. Digestive disorders are associated with this Chakra. 6. Sacral Chakra Associated Color: Orange Body Parts: Related parts of the body: gonads, prostate gland, reproductive system, spleen, bladder When balanced, this Chakra energizes our emotions, sexuality and creativity. A balanced sacral chakra makes a person feel vital and spontaneous ready to seize the moment. Imbalance in this Chakra can result in over indulgence in food or sex, reproductive disorders and feelings of jealousy and confusion. 7. Root/Base Chakra  Associated Color: Red Associated Body Parts: Adrenal glands, kidneys, spinal column, leg bones This Chakra roots us in the physical world as represented in our physical existence. A balanced Root Chakra results in a healthy desire for basic requirements, such as warmth, food and shelter. When this Chakra is imbalanced, one might start feeling afraid of life, withdraw from physical reality, feel victimized, operate in a highly selfish mode or be prone to violence. Physical symptoms include problems in the feet, legs and lower back. Read more on http://reikirays.com/214/detailed-explanation-of-seven-main-chakras-in-reiki/  

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Physical—A physical healing crisis is just as it sounds. It occurs mostly on the level of the body. There may be headaches, nausea (with vomiting in a few cases), diarrhea or soft stools, aches, fatigue, and other mild flu-like symptoms. A few people run a low-grade fever. (A high fever is not a sign of healing crisis, but may be a sign of serious illness. Seek medical care.) Some people have a mild sore throat or a cough for a day or so, which quickly goes away on its own. Increased urination is a very common after-effect of Reiki treatment, as this is the easiest way for the body to flush toxins away. Drinking additional pure water can help to support the body as it moves through a healing crisis on this level, and is a good thing to do after any type of healing. Rest as your body asks for it. Get plenty of fresh air and sunshine. Take warm baths or showers. Emotional/Mental—When a person has a healing crisis on this level, they may experience many unprocessed emotions coming up for clearing. They may cry unexpectedly or feel the need to release grief through sound from the body. Sounds connected to the emotions may naturally wish to come out, such as wailing or a primal scream to release anger, longing, sorrow or grief. It can feel very similar to giving birth as these emotions release themselves after being stored in our bodies for so long. Old belief and thought patterns may also shift as we release the energy of old issues from our bodies and minds. We may suddenly remember an old hurt through new eyes, able to shift the way we see it and let it go with forgiveness. Or we may have a flash of insight and a new perspective on a past regret we have held onto with guilt and shame for many years. It is best to allow the emotional energy to simply flow through and release. If any sounds wish to express through the body, this is helpful in releasing the emotions. Trust the wisdom of the body. Find a place where you feel safe and comfortable and allow the tears and sounds to flow.  Life Situation—Sometimes the biggest change that happens when we start the healing path is that many things in our lives shift and come up for healing. We may have bills that we have long put off paying that we are reminded about. Relationships that we have been struggling in may reach a crisis point and call for a change. A job that is not working out may shift in some way. Or a doctor that has not been truly helping us get better may transfer to a new town. Perhaps we will suddenly find that a move to a new city that we had not expected to make comes about. It can also be much smaller things that may seem to be of little consequence at first. Each of these shifts offers you the opportunity to clear out old ways of thinking and behaving that have been creating energetic blockages so that healing will continue. They may offer you the opportunity to see things, or yourself, in a new way. While this type of healing crisis can sound the most frightening, it also offers many new paths for growth and change. We fear change because we don’t know what the new way will bring, yet if the old one is doing us harm or holding us back, a new way is often the healing balm we need. Journaling is the most helpful method for this type of crisis, overall. It offers you a way to process the shifts as they happen, while giving you a way to look back later and see the healing that you have done over time. Rest more during times of change. Seek support and counseling where you need it. Read supportive and inspirational materials. Supporting your spirit in this way is like a protective multivitamin for the soul.   Read more on http://reikirays.com/32862/different-types-healing-crisis/

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Joe Potter, a Reiki Master in the United Kingdom, has been conducting an ongoing investigation into Reiki’s effectiveness. Potter reports that "stress was the most common word written by clients as a description or part description of their condition during their first session. Here 20.27% of the total client group treated used this word on their initial visit for Reiki treatment….” In animal studies, Reiki treatment produced clear signs of reduced stress as indicated by changes in autonomic, biological measurements such as heart rate (Baldwin, Wagers and Schwartz, 2008) and certain cellular signs of stress-related damage (Baldwin and Schwartz, 2006). In a study of nurses with “burn out syndrome,” biological indicators of a significant relaxation response were found as a result of Reiki treatment (Diaz-Rodriguez et al., 2011). When nurses administered Reiki to a group of patients with acute coronary syndrome, physiologic indicators of a significant relaxation effect were recorded. (Friedman et al., 2011) Shore (2004) followed patients being treated for mild depression and stress. After six weeks of treatment and for up to a year afterward, those who had received Reiki showed both immediate and long-term improvements in depression, stress and hopelessness. In a small study, complete elimination of typical postoperative depression was seen in heart surgery patients given Reiki during surgery (Motz, 1998). Pain often causes depression and anxiety. Reducing difficult-to-treat chronic pain can have a substantial effect on psychological well-being. Some studies have found Reiki to be effective for pain, anxiety and depression relief. However, their design or conclusions are unclear as to whether Reiki’s emotional benefits were a result of pain reduction or a separate phenomenon. Nonetheless, research demonstrated Reiki’s positive results for both pain and anxiety or depression. Dressing and Sing (1998) found that among cancer patients, Reiki brought about significant levels of pain relief, anxiety and depression reduction, improvements in sleep quality, relaxation and general well-being. This effect was stronger in men than women. These benefits remained when checked after three months. Among abdominal hysterectomy patients, Reiki helped reduce pain and anxiety, particularly in a preoperative setting (Vitale and O’Conner, 1998). Read more at: http://psychcentral.com/lib/reiki-healing-and-mental-health-what-the-research-shows/

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Independent research by Dr. Robert Becker and Dr. John Zimmerman during the 1980's investigated what happens whilst people practice therapies like Reiki. They found that not only do the brain wave patterns of practitioner and receiver become synchronized in the alpha state, characteristic of deep relaxation and meditation, but they pulse in unison with the earth's magnetic field, known as the Schuman Resonance. During these moments, the biomagnetic field of the practitioners' hands is at least 1000 times greater than normal, and not as a result of internal body current. Toni Bunnell (1997) suggests that the linking of energy fields between practitioner and earth allows the practitioner to dr.aw on the 'infinite energy source' or 'universal energy field' via the Schuman Resonance. Prof. Paul Davies and Dr. John Gribben in The Matter Myth (1991), discuss the quantum physics view of a 'living universe' in which everything is connected in a 'living web of interdependence'. All of this supports the subjective experience of 'oneness' and 'expanded consciousness' related by those who regularly receive or self-treat with Reiki. Zimmerman (1990) in the USA and Seto (1992) in Japan further investigated the large pulsating biomagnetic field that is emitted from the hands of energy practitioners whilst they work. They discovered that the pulses are in the same frequencies as brain waves, and sweep up and down from 0.3 - 30 Hz, focusing mostly in 7 - 8 Hz, alpha state. Independent medical research has shown that this range of frequencies will stimulate healing in the body, with specific frequencies being suitable for different tissues. For example, 2 Hz encourages nerve regeneration, 7Hz bone growth, 10Hz ligament mending, and 15 Hz capillary formation. Physiotherapy equipment based on these principles has been designed to aid soft tissue regeneration, and ultra sound technology is commonly used to clear clogged arteries and disintegrate kidney stones. Also, it has been known for many years that placing an electrical coil around a fracture that refuses to mend will stimulate bone growth and repair. Becker explains that 'brain waves' are not confined to the brain but travel throughout the body via the perineural system, the sheaths of connective tissue surrounding all nerves. During treatment, these waves begin as relatively weak pulses in the thalamus of the practitioner's brain, and gather cumulative strength as they flow to the peripheral nerves of the body including the hands. The same effect is mirrored in the person receiving treatment, and Becker suggests that it is this system more than any other, that regulates injury repair and system rebalance. This highlights one of the special features of Reiki (and similar therapies) - that both practitioner and client receive the benefits of a treatment, which makes it very efficient. Read more on http://www.reikimastery.com/bn-science.html

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Enhances overall well-being. Just like people, even healthy pets can have occasional physical, emotional and mental imbalances that, if left untreated, can manifest as illness. Periodic Reiki treatments can help maintain your pet’s natural state of well-being and balance. Strengthens the immune system for cancer therapies. Cancer therapies such as chemotherapy and radiation present stress to an already compromised immune system. Reiki strengthens the immune system to better deal with this additional stress. It helps alleviate or prevent the side effects of conventional cancer treatments and provides pain relief. Accelerates healing following surgery or illness. Reiki can alleviate and prevent side effects of conventional medications such as pain killers and antibiotics, and provides pain relief and relaxation to facilitate and enhance the body’s natural healing response. Increases trust and bonding between you and your pet. People and pets often mirror each others’ physical and emotional states. Animals are natural healers and sometimes take on their person’s problems, often in an attempt to heal them. This happens because of the deep bond shared between a pet and his or her person. Because of the shared energy in such a close relationship, energetic imbalances are shared as well. For optimum healing, joint treatments for people and their pets can often be beneficial. Can help with behavior issues by promoting relaxation and stress reduction. Many behavior issues are caused by stress. Reiki has a calming effect on the pet and may help make the pet more receptive to training and behavior modification. Reiki is extremely beneficial for animals with a history of abuse. The gentle touch and the energy can help restore trust in animals who have learned to associate touch with being hurt. Provides comfort and relieves pain, anxiety and fear for terminally ill animals. Reiki is a wonderful way to facilitate the transition for terminally ill animals and their owners. Often, animals will not allow themselves to transition because they intuitively feel that their person is not ready to let them go. Joint Reiki treatments for the pet and his or her person can help both through this difficult time by enhancing the bond and allowing a gentle transition. Read full article on http://consciouscat.net/reiki-for-pets/

HIS-TORY
Usui Sensei
1865 - 1926
history
Mikao Usui was the originator of Reiki.
Usui sensei studied and traveled to western countries and China several times, this was encouraged during the Meiji Era and later, to learn and study western ways. 

During his life Miako Usui held many different professions, At some point in his life he became a Tendai Buddhist Monk/Priest.

Mikao Usui found that the healing techniques contained within his spiritul system worked well on various ailments. In April 1922 he opened his first school/clinic in Harajuku Tokyo. Usui had a small manual which  is now translated into English and published by Western Reiki Master living in Japan, Frank Arjava Petter, under the title “The Original Reiki Handbook of Dr Mikao Usui”

Mikao Usui’s skills as a healer and teacher must have been very good and his fame spread very quickly throughout Japan. The Usui teachings included teaching people how to heal themselves (a very central point still in Reiki of today). Healing would be given to them, then they were taught how to heal themselves.

After  major earthquake in Japan in 1922 Mikao Usui and his students started to give healing in the area and the demand and need for Reiki was enormous and as a result of his work he became even more famous.

In 1925 Usui had become so busy that he had to open a new larger school outside Tokyo in Nakano. As he traveled widely his senior students would continue with his work when he was away from his school/clinic. 

Dr Mikao Usui passed away on March 9th 1926 at the age of 62. 

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There are Seven Main Chakras used in Reiki. These Chakras reside in our subtle or spiritual bodies, which are mirrored by our physical body. The Chakras are capable of giving and receiving energy. It is believed to be in optimum health physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually and the Chakras have to be purified and balanced for the purpose of energy transfer. Deep Look at Seven Main Chakras 1. Crown Chakra Associated Color: Violet, White Associated Body Parts: pineal gland, upper brain, right eye The Crown Chakra has direct spiritual meaning. When it is fully developed, one gets an understanding of ‘Oneness’ of universal existence, as well as true inner peace. It enables us to tap into higher levels of spirituality and develop our claircognizance.  Besides physical symptoms in the body parts it correlates to; Blockages in the Crown Chakra creates things like feeling lonely, fearing death and comparing ourselves unfavorably to others. 2. The Third Eye Chakra Associated Color: indigo Associated Body Parts:  pituitary gland, lower brain, left eye, ears, nose, central nervous system This Chakra is an associated with our intuition and psychic abilities, such as clairvoyance. It also can enable better visualization and manifestation. When there are blockages in this Chakra, things like fear through imagination and dreams manifest or irrational intuitive insights occur. Physical symptoms of blockage in this Chakra show up as persistent headaches (especially in the center of the forehead), insomnia, anxiety and depression 3. Throat Chakra Associated Colors: Sky Blue Associated Body parts: Thyroid gland, throat and jaw areas, lungs, vocal cords, digestive tract This Chakra controls mental creativity and communication activities. When this Chakra is balanced, we speak and listen in the spirit of truth, and also express anger and other emotions in a constructive manner. Energizing this Chakra also improves one’s clairaudience. When this Chakra is blocked, communication suffers. In addition, things like over indulgence in eating and drinking may occur. Respiratory disorders, dental disorders and low esteem are also consequences of imbalance of this Chakra. Some people also get feelings of anger; hostility and resentment are also associated with misbalancing of this Chakra. 4. Heart Chakra Associated Colors: Green primary/pink secondary Associated Body parts: Thymus gland, heart, lower side of lungs, circulatory system, skin, hands Heart Chakra is a bridge between the physical and spiritual realms and the center of emotional well-being. When this Chakra is fully developed one is able to give and receive unconditional love, which manifests as compassion. Dysfunction of the Chakra can result in the inability to love, fear, anger, sadness and feel disconnected which can lead to heart disease. 5. Solar plexus Chakra  Associated Color: Yellow Associated Body Parts:  Pancreas, liver, digestive tract, stomach, spleen, gall bladder, autonomic nervous system. This Chakra is associated with intellect and is a place of our personal power. When this Chakra is balanced, it helps in transformation of our hopes and aspirations (particularly materialistic) into reality. There is a sense of purpose with balancing of this Chakra. When there is an imbalance in this Chakra, it can result in insecurity about physical and financial matters, and the need to dominate others. Digestive disorders are associated with this Chakra. 6. Sacral Chakra Associated Color: Orange Body Parts: Related parts of the body: gonads, prostate gland, reproductive system, spleen, bladder When balanced, this Chakra energizes our emotions, sexuality and creativity. A balanced sacral chakra makes a person feel vital and spontaneous ready to seize the moment. Imbalance in this Chakra can result in over indulgence in food or sex, reproductive disorders and feelings of jealousy and confusion. 7. Root/Base Chakra  Associated Color: Red Associated Body Parts: Adrenal glands, kidneys, spinal column, leg bones This Chakra roots us in the physical world as represented in our physical existence. A balanced Root Chakra results in a healthy desire for basic requirements, such as warmth, food and shelter. When this Chakra is imbalanced, one might start feeling afraid of life, withdraw from physical reality, feel victimized, operate in a highly selfish mode or be prone to violence. Physical symptoms include problems in the feet, legs and lower back. Read more on http://reikirays.com/214/detailed-explanation-of-seven-main-chakras-in-reiki/  
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Physical—A physical healing crisis is just as it sounds. It occurs mostly on the level of the body. There may be headaches, nausea (with vomiting in a few cases), diarrhea or soft stools, aches, fatigue, and other mild flu-like symptoms. A few people run a low-grade fever. (A high fever is not a sign of healing crisis, but may be a sign of serious illness. Seek medical care.) Some people have a mild sore throat or a cough for a day or so, which quickly goes away on its own. Increased urination is a very common after-effect of Reiki treatment, as this is the easiest way for the body to flush toxins away. Drinking additional pure water can help to support the body as it moves through a healing crisis on this level, and is a good thing to do after any type of healing. Rest as your body asks for it. Get plenty of fresh air and sunshine. Take warm baths or showers. Emotional/Mental—When a person has a healing crisis on this level, they may experience many unprocessed emotions coming up for clearing. They may cry unexpectedly or feel the need to release grief through sound from the body. Sounds connected to the emotions may naturally wish to come out, such as wailing or a primal scream to release anger, longing, sorrow or grief. It can feel very similar to giving birth as these emotions release themselves after being stored in our bodies for so long. Old belief and thought patterns may also shift as we release the energy of old issues from our bodies and minds. We may suddenly remember an old hurt through new eyes, able to shift the way we see it and let it go with forgiveness. Or we may have a flash of insight and a new perspective on a past regret we have held onto with guilt and shame for many years. It is best to allow the emotional energy to simply flow through and release. If any sounds wish to express through the body, this is helpful in releasing the emotions. Trust the wisdom of the body. Find a place where you feel safe and comfortable and allow the tears and sounds to flow.  Life Situation—Sometimes the biggest change that happens when we start the healing path is that many things in our lives shift and come up for healing. We may have bills that we have long put off paying that we are reminded about. Relationships that we have been struggling in may reach a crisis point and call for a change. A job that is not working out may shift in some way. Or a doctor that has not been truly helping us get better may transfer to a new town. Perhaps we will suddenly find that a move to a new city that we had not expected to make comes about. It can also be much smaller things that may seem to be of little consequence at first. Each of these shifts offers you the opportunity to clear out old ways of thinking and behaving that have been creating energetic blockages so that healing will continue. They may offer you the opportunity to see things, or yourself, in a new way. While this type of healing crisis can sound the most frightening, it also offers many new paths for growth and change. We fear change because we don’t know what the new way will bring, yet if the old one is doing us harm or holding us back, a new way is often the healing balm we need. Journaling is the most helpful method for this type of crisis, overall. It offers you a way to process the shifts as they happen, while giving you a way to look back later and see the healing that you have done over time. Rest more during times of change. Seek support and counseling where you need it. Read supportive and inspirational materials. Supporting your spirit in this way is like a protective multivitamin for the soul.   Read more on http://reikirays.com/32862/different-types-healing-crisis/